“It’s disappointing. It’s disappointing. You go back to work to get it done. There’s a lot of good things that happened in that game. But we’re going to reflect on what we did poorly because you gotta find a way to win those games.
“It’s just frustrating, you know,” said Brian Orakpo. “We did play a good first half. We thought momentum was on our side. We got the ball coming out of the half. And things just kinda fell apart.”
“It’s sad, and it hurts,” said RGIII. “This loss definitely hurts, but we gotta pick it back up.”
“There’s always hope,” said Santana Moss, a man of few postgame words. “I’m just not in a good mood right now so I ain’t got much to say to you.”
Here’s Moss’s brutal interview.
TWEET OF THE NIGHT
That’s an interesting group of answer options.
— Paul Rigney (@PaulRRigney) November 8, 2013
QUOTE OF THE NIGHT
Adam Oates, on the tying goal of last night’s Caps win: “What I like about the tying goal, it took a lot of hard work, and we fought through a lot of frustration because they were giving you nothing. It’s hard to get shots to the net. You’re going into territory that’s really difficult.”
PHOTO OF THE NIGHT
WHAT TO WATCH TONIGHT
Happy Dray Day, everyone. Nets at Wizards, 7 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet. All TV/Radio listings here.
TRIBUTE GEAR OF THE DAY
Here’s Bradley Beal, modeling the Wizards Courage cap. According to the team, 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS).